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The Wilderness Journal-HD
Television Program
Is the #1 Network Broadcast, All HD,
All Hunting & Fishing Program
In Prime Time Television

Currently In Our 17th Season, Airing 52 Weeks a Year
We can help you develop and/or expand, name recognition and customer use and acceptance / participation. As well as promote multiple seasonal opportunities for sales and events.
We Deliver In Prime Time
8:00 pm and/or 8:30 pm Thursdays & 10:30 am. Saturdays and/or 12:30 pm. Sundays on network broadcast, 3 to 5 times per week. This guarantees far more available audience for your product or service advertisement than at other viewing time. The Journal also enjoys additional weekly, off prime airings, in all of our markets as well, providing important extra exposure in shift work areas.
We’re Targeted
The Journal is blessed to be network broadcast, in High Definition in the United States’ Number One Outdoor Marketplace, (MI. OH. IN. IL, WI) the Upper Midwest. With 6.5 million men, women and children who hunt and or fish each year in the Great Lakes Region, this area is also the number one out-door commerce area in the Nation. Giving your advertising dollars the additional advantage of marketing to those consumers most likely to frequent your establishment and/or purchase your products.
We’re Known
Because of our 16+ years of audience development and rigorous public appearance schedule. We have readily identified hosts in Kyle and Tina "Miss T" Randall, as well as program regulars that appeal to all age demographics. This gives us, and you, not only name recognition, but very real credibility in the market place.
We’re Affordable
We have entry level; CC, sponsor packages available for less than two thousand dollars per quarter. With Nielsen coverage numbers that far exceed national averages, unchallenged programing in prime time and a base in the largest out-door, recreation market in the world. We don’t think you could find a better advertising opportunity for your product or service, anywhere!
When You Compare
Just The Wilderness Journal’s broadcast coverage, to anything that’s only on a cable, local or dish channel, you will see a vast viewer number and delivered household difference. We blanket the state of Michigan. We enjoy coverage in all of Chicago Land and Northern Illinois, as well as parts of Wisconsin, all of Northern Indiana, Northern Ohio and Western Ontario, Canada. And we also air on all the cable, small dish, HD and satellite coverage systems in our current markets.
"We sincerely hope you can join us and become part of the
Wilderness Journal family!"

Erica Lilly / Director of Marketing


The Wilderness Journal
Great Lakes Area, Broadcast Station list.

WFUM and UMPTV, covering southeast Michigan
Including Detroit, Flint, Pontiac, Ann Arbor, Port Huron, and northern Ohio.
[Channels /28.1 / 28.2 /28 HD all cable-local and national / both small dish networks]

WGVU and WGVK covering Michigan’s west and southwest,
Including Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, Holland, Muskegon, southeastern Wisconsin, Northern Indiana and surrounding markets. [Channels 35.1 / 35.2 /135 HD /52.1 / 52.2 / 52 HD /all cable-local and national / and both small dish networks]

WYTN and WYIN covering all of Northern Illinois
Including Chicago Land and Southern Wisconsin as well as Northern Indiana and Western Ohio. [Channels 56.1 /56.2 / HD /56.3 / 56.4 / digital 17.1 /17.2 / 17.3 / 17.4 /all cable-local and national / and both small dish networks]

WDCQ and WDCP covering central and eastern Michigan
Including Bay City, Saginaw, Midland, Flint, Mt. Pleasant, Standish, West Branch and Michigan’s northern thumb region. [Channels 19 /19.1 HD / 19.2 15 / 15.1 HD /15.2 /all cable-local and national / and both small dish networks]

WKAR, covering central Michigan
Including, Lansing, Jackson and southern central Michigan as well as north central Ohio and Northeast Indiana. [Channels 19 /19.1 HD 15 / 15.1 HD /all cable-local and national / and both small dish networks]

WCMU covering central Michigan
Including, Clare, Mt. Pleasant, Midland, Gladwin, Harrison, Houghton Lake, Alma, St. Joe, Lansing, Big Rapids and surrounding markets. [Channels 14 /14.1 HD / 14.2 /56 / 56.1 HD /all cable-local and national / and both small dish networks]

WCMV covering Cadillac, Reed City, Big Rapids, Houghton Lake, Ludington, Scotville and Central Western Michigan. [Channels 27 /27.1 HD / 27.2 /all cable-local and national / and both small dish networks]

WCMC covering Manistee, Ludington, Pentwater, Baldwin, west shore central Michigan and near-eastern Wisconsin markets. [Channels 21 /21.1 HD / 21.2 /all cable-local and national / and both small dish networks]

WCAD covering Traverse City, Petoskey, Frankfort, Kalkaska Charlevoix and the Grand Traverse Bay area. [Channels 46 /46.1 HD/ 46.2 /all cable-local and national / and both small dish networks]

WCAV covering Leland, Mackinaw, Cheboygan and the northern tip of Michigan’s lower peninsula. [Channels 69 /69.1 HD / 69.2 /all cable-local and national / and both small dish networks]

WCML covering Alpena, Gaylord, Grayling, West Branch, Standish, northeastern Lower Michigan, & the Eastern Upper Peninsula including Sault St. Marie. [Channels 6 /6.1 HD/ 6.2 /all cable-local and national / and both small dish networks]

WNMU covering Marquette, Escanaba, Iron Mt., Green Bay
And the western Upper Peninsula.
[Channels 13 /13.1 HD/ 13.2 /all cable-local and national / and both small dish networks]

(* Note: Please check local listing guides, for cable and small dish channel numbers as they very by carrier.)
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** Note: most on air channels, overlap broadcast areas, providing even more available viewing in most markets.)



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